Villa Stella Jandia
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We were taken to Antonio's boat for our Vision Exercise. An ideal location to see yourself in the future ... In detail. After a relaxing afternoon we went to the Lighthouse which is the closest point on the Canary Islands to Africa. The narrow winding road, the wicked wind and the view were intensely ...
The voyage focused today on overcoming our barriers like fear, doubt and time. At an abandoned convent in the village we spent time identifying our barriers. When I wrote down my barriers to a variety of goals most had a common barrier: Fear. Why does fear grip us, hold us back and keep us captive?? Feel the fear and do it anyway is easy to say and yet if you don't take ...
Every morning. Yoga. Salute to the sun is easy when you are outside and the sun is warm! Breathing deeply each day. Stretching further than usual each day. Being aware of your body each day. Why don't i do this each and every day in toronto! Post-India ... I did. Post-India 2 years and I am not as regular. This week every morning and every day I feel energized. Dear Janet Joy, Do yoga every morning, Signed, ...
... from across the ocean to here. I think of this as the soles of my feet sink into the warm soft sand and I walk and walk and walk. I consider my VALUES: Growth Joy Recognition Making a difference Travel Nature Risk taking I remember where and when I've been happiest. The easy answer is on vacation but that's glib and not true. I reflect on fear. It ...
... of dog. Two dogs feature on the islands' Coat of Arms. In 1982 the Canaries were granted autonomy from Spain. They have their own government but are still a part of the kingdom of Spain. Both Spanish and North African influences are evident here.
Tourism supports Fuerteventura’s economy, but there are also 45 large goat farms as well as aloe vera, tomatoes, potatoes, corn, olives, salt, fish and some grain. ...